Anonymous Asked:
ok so im white and i really wanna use the n-word well im already using it but not in a derogatory way in a cool way i like jamming to little wayne and stuff was just wondering is there anyway a white person can gain access to using the n word without black people being offended like is there a certain amount of black friends i can have to be able to say it ? once again not being disrespectful just in a cool way

prettyboyshyflizzy:

little wayne ? 

ok u want access to the word lemme huddle up with my ancestors real quick and come up with a solution bruh i got u right now

*whispering sounds*

pshwhwhwww “not derogatory he says”

pshwhwhwww “he actually spelled out little?? *group laughter*”

pswhwwhwhw “certain amount of black friends”

pswhhwwhwh “no no no in a cool way”

"ok i got the solution "pswhwwhwhhwhw"

pswhwhwhwh “you sure ? if he does that he will gain access?”

pswhwhww “ok ill let him know

ok sir im back :)  they said wrap your entire body in steaks, and go into a cage and lock yourself in with at least 13 tigers who have been deprived of food for 3 or more days then and only then will you be allowed to use the the n-word

have fun tell me how it goes :) I cant wait for you to be able to say the n-word with me we’re gonna have so much fun

Background Actors Who Have No Idea What They Are Doing

skyelentnight:

ungratefullittleshit:

The guy who has no idea how brooms work:image

This guy that is pretty sure he was just kicked:image

This guy who has no control over his arm movements:

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My goal in the acting career: to make a fool of myself in the background

(Source: BuzzFeed, via floofychu)

cr-wford:

He should have been naked in this scene.

Jubble jubble

(Source: starlorrd)

Character sketch of Vin from ‘And Then Emily Was Gone’ by John Lees and Iain Laurie, two hotshots of the Glasgow comic scene.

Character sketch of Vin from ‘And Then Emily Was Gone’ by John Lees and Iain Laurie, two hotshots of the Glasgow comic scene.

descentintotyranny:

July 12 in the Gaza Strip.

(via stephencomics)

brianmichaelbendis:

The cover of Marvel’s collected comic adaption of DUNE, 1984, by Bill Sienkiewicz.

brianmichaelbendis:

The cover of Marvel’s collected comic adaption of DUNE, 1984, by Bill Sienkiewicz.

(Source: weekend-reanimator, via iandsharman)

Happy 60th birthday to Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant, a legend!

Happy 60th birthday to Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant, a legend!